Washington, DC, September 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Metalogix Software, the trusted provider for content lifecycle management (CLM) solutions for Microsoft® SharePoint®, Exchange®, and Cloud platforms, today announced that its Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint has been named a KMWorld “Trend-Setting Product” for 2011. Metalogix was selected as one of the top solutions from more than 800 products that were assessed by KMWorld’s judging panel of editorial colleagues, analysts, system integrators, vendors, line-of-business managers, and end-users.
“KMWorld evaluated hundreds of product nominations that clearly demonstrated technology breakthroughs that address the content management needs for organizations today,” said Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief, KMWorld. “Metalogix Content Lifecycle Management solutions deliver a dynamic suite of content management products that enable customers to seamlessly migrate, store, manage and protect Microsoft SharePoint and Exchange content on-premises or in the cloud which address a major pain point in the market.”
Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint simplifies moving, upgrading and managing your SharePoint content on-premises or in the cloud. They provide a powerful combination of capabilities to allow you to upgrade from SharePoint 2003 or 2007 to SharePoint 2010; migrate file shares or legacy document and content management systems to SharePoint; or move content from one location to another without disruption. With its award-winning, intuitive user interface, content owners as well as administrators can quickly upgrade or migrate content and SharePoint sites between servers or re-organize the farm.
“SharePoint has become the de facto standard for content management, with 70% of enterprise customers deploying content to SharePoint, based on recent claims by Microsoft and verified by research we co-sponsored with ESG,” said CEO Steven Murphy. “We know that once they witness this type of market tipping point and level of hyper growth of content or data, knowledge workers and IT executives start to implement solutions that will simplify and optimize the management of this growing resource and reduce the operational risks associated with these business critical applications. Metalogix has been one of the first companies to deliver innovative, standards based SharePoint management solutions to address these business challenges for more than a decade. So on behalf our 6,000 loyal supportive customers, we are very happy to accept this industry accolade and look forward to the next phase of growth in this vibrant market.”
To download a copy of the ESG whitepaper, “Managing SharePoint as a Business-critical Application,” please visit: http://www.metalogix.com/Freedom/Managing-SharePoint-ESG-White-Paper.aspx
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Metalogix is the trusted provider of innovative content lifecycle management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange and Cloud platforms. We deliver high-performance solutions to scale and cost-effectively manage, migrate, store, archive and protect enterprise content. Metalogix provides global support to thousands of customers and strategic partners and is a Microsoft Gold Partner and GSA provider. Metalogix is a privately held company backed by Insight Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners. For more information, please visit: www.metalogix.com.
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